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  • 2018 World Chess Championship: Game #5

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th) Game 5 Caruana ½-½ Carlsen Match Score: 2½-2½ Official Site: https://worldchess.com/ 2018 World Chess Championship: Game 5 Wednesday, 14 November 2018 Caruana misses with “Wing Gambit” After the second rest day, it was clear that playtime was over. We were going to…

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  • 2018 World Chess Championship: Game #4

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th) Game 4 Caruana ½-½ Carlsen Match Score: 2-2 Official Site: https://worldchess.com/ 2018 World Chess Championship: Game 4 Tuesday, 13 November 2018 “Screen Gate” dominates match news The main story of the fourth game of the Carlsen-Caruana match was not the 34-move draw,…

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  • 2018 World Chess Championship: Game #3

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th) Game 3 Caruana ½-½ Carlsen Match Score: 1½-1½ Official Site: https://worldchess.com/ 2018 World Chess Championship: Game 3 Monday, 12 November 2018 Caruana gets nothing against Sicilian… another draw Weather has been awful in London since the match began, but hopefully there would…

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  • 2018 World Chess Championship: Game #2

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th) Game 2 Carlsen ½-½ Caruana Match Score: 1-1 Official Site: https://worldchess.com/ 2018 World Chess Championship: Game 2 Saturday, 10 November 2018 Carlsen struggles, but holds draw Grinding chess. That may be the new term to describe what’s going on in Holburn. Both…

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  • 2018 World Chess Championship: Game #1

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th) Game 1 Caruana ½-½ Carlsen Match Score: ½-½ Official Site: https://worldchess.com/ 2018 World Chess Championship: Game 1 Friday, 9 November 2018 Match already intense after 115-move draw The first game of the 2018 World Championship match between defending World Champion Magnus Carlsen…

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  • 2018 World Chess Championship (Carlsen vs. Caruana)

    2018 World Chess ChampionshipHolborn, London, England (November 9th-28th)   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 pts. Carlsen ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 6 Caruana ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 6…

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  • Carlsen and Caruana chase Fischer’s Ghost in London

    The World Chess Championship will begin tomorrow in Holburn, London featuring World Champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Fabiano Caruana, the #1 and #2 players in the world, respectively. While Carlsen is the favorite and has been the champion for five years, many pundits have given Caruana a fighting chance to…

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  • Reflections on Batumi Olympiad

    Back to another Olympiad… another new place… another adventure. I had been to Calvia, Turin, Dresden, Istanbul, Tromso and now would venture to a place abutting the Black Sea in a city known for vintage wineries. Nevertheless, I geared up for this trip not knowing what was to come after…

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  • Arkady Dvorkovich wins FIDE Presidency!

    Arkady DvorkovichPhoto by David Llada Months after announcing his candidacy, Arkady Dvorkovich has won the favor of chess federations around the world by winning the office of FIDE President. In the lead up to the vote, There were several endorsements including a last minute show of support for fellow candidate…

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  • 2018 Chess Olympiad (Batumi, Georgia)

    Chess players, fans and friends! The 43rd Chess Olympiad will open tomorrow with the opening ceremonies. There has been a lot of fanfare about the entertainment for the opening. Approximately 180 countries will be traveling to Batumi, Georgia to take part in the competition and the proceedings. There are some…

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